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Research argues developmental dyslexia for human adaptive success

Summary: Researchers say that people with dyslexia specialize in studying the unknown. This line of intelligence has an evolutionary basis that plays a crucial role in human life. A source: University of Cambridge Researchers in Cambridge studied cognition, behavior, and the brain and concluded that people with dyslexia specialize in the study of the unknown. …

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Clinic in New York offers gay and bi male monkey vaccine, forced to close due to high demand

Two days before Pride, officials in New York City have been criticized for failing to vaccinate against gay and bisexual men for threatening smallpox vaccines – fearing that the annual event celebrations could lead to an increase in the number of cases. A total of 30 cases of the rash-causing virus have been identified in …

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Influenza vaccination reduces the risk of Alzheimer’s disease by 40%

Credit: Unsplash / CC0 Public Domain According to a new study by UTHealth Houston, people who received at least one flu vaccine were 40% less likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease in four years than their unvaccinated peers. The study, led by first author Avram S. Bukhbinder, MD, a recent graduate of the UTHealth Houston McGovern …

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Alzheimer’s is associated with swearing and bad car parking

Loss of memory is a prominent symptom of Alzheimer’s disease, but it is only one of many symptoms of the disease. The disease, which affects 5.8 million people in the United States, is often accompanied by forgetfulness, irritability, and difficulty communicating. Earlier this month, researchers said they had found another symptom of the disease: careless …

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Influenza vaccination reduces the risk of Alzheimer’s disease by 40%

Credit: Unsplash / CC0 Public Domain According to a new study by UTHealth Houston, people who received at least one flu vaccine were 40% less likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease in four years than their unvaccinated peers. The study, led by first author Avram S. Bukhbinder, MD, a recent graduate of the UTHealth Houston McGovern …

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The CDC is still looking for the cause of children’s mysterious liver disease

The search for the cause of mysterious, severe hepatitis in young children continues. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has received reports of possible cases since doctors issued a nationwide warning in April asking them to monitor unexplained cases of hepatitis in children. These studies have not yet received a direct answer, but experts …

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A New York clinic is offering a monkey vaccine to gay and dancing men.

Two days before Pride, New York City officials were criticized for failing to vaccinate gay and bisexual men against the smallpox vaccine – fearing that the annual event would lead to an increase in the number of cases. A total of 30 cases of the rash-causing virus have been identified in large apples, almost all …

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Forgetting this can be the first sign of dementia – the best life

We often associate changes in our memory and cognition with old age, but experts say that persistent forgetfulness is real. do not is considered a normal part of old age. Therefore, it is important to recognize the symptoms of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) that preceded the mental disorder. Although your memory is not the only …

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The CDC is still looking for the cause of children’s mysterious liver disease

The search for the cause of mysterious, severe hepatitis in young children continues. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has received reports of possible cases since doctors issued a nationwide warning in April asking them to monitor unexplained cases of hepatitis in children. These studies have not yet received a direct answer, but experts …

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